This collection consists of notes, poems, manuscripts, correspondence, artwork and other materials pertaining to Jack Hirschman,
an American poet and social activist. Topics of his work relate to politics, love, death, and sorrow with allusions to history.
10.17 linear feet
(21 Hollinger boxes & 1 oversize box)
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